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the third and final presidential debate. donald trump refuses to promise he would accept defeat if clinton wins the presidential election. he doubled down that the election is rigged against him. details now. >> reporter: contradicting to accept the outcome on election day he made gop jaws drop with his question. >> do you make the same -- sir, that you will absolutely accept the result of the election. >> i will look at it at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> trump again claimed the election is rigged against him. >> millions of people that are registered to vote that
shouldn't be registered to vote. >> he says hillary clinton shouldn't be allowed to run based on what she did to e-mails. >> that's who faying. horrifying. >> this is how donald thinks. it's funny but also really troub troubling. >> reporter: trump's team hinted it could be a long, drawn out fight. >> if the vote is fair i'm confident we'll accept it. >> a vote that's now less than three weeks away. nbc news. >> and election day is 19 days away. you can follow the latest developments on nbc10.com and on the nbc 10 any time. investigators will be
searching for what caused a fire. streets are so small fire trucks couldn't got close. it took about an hour to get the flames out. check out this cell phone video showing flames shooting through the roof of one of those homes. one person was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. fire kmirgs sacommissioner says have been much worse and having smoke alarms can keep everyone safe. >> it is great when folks can evacuate themselves. it's much better and we hope everybody has working smoke alarm. >> some near by buildings were evacuated because there was concern fire would spread. people were eventually allowed back home.
and we learned one person was hurt in this fire. it broke out around 1:00 this morning on east washington lane at east mansfield avenue. it took about an hour to control. the injured person is listed in stable condition. and today investigators trying to figure out why this small plane crashed in this backyard in camden county. we are live. matt, you just got new information? >> reporter: i did, vai about the pilot and co-pilot and their conditions. we have been able to get closer so you can see the wreckage of this plane in this resident's backyard. we are on east lyndon avenue. i reached out to the ntsb this morning. they told me the investigation is still under waichlt a preliminary report will be released in the next seven to ten days. we did see them taking pictures,
gathering evidence to find out what brought down this 415c around 1:15 p.m. the pilot is wayne gillcrest. the 72-year-old pansz jer is david myesck. people coming to take pictures of something they have not seen here before. >> you only see this on tv all of the time. you say oh, not in my backyard. we get to see it up close. >> reporter: the plan is to remove the aircraft at some point today. they told investigators they experienced mechanical issues right before the crash. my colleague spoke with the
daughter of the 66-year-old pilot. she says her dad is in bad shape with injuries to her face. investigators have yet to speak with him. he was able to show his wife how he maneuvered the plane to avoid the houses around here. it is something that is just incredible that nobody else got hurt here. we have several working to gather the newest information for you. matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. a police officer charged with vehicular homicide. he was off duty when he crashed into a utility pole. his passenger was killed. police say rodriguez was drunk when he crashed. right now he is suspended without pach without pay. a warrant for a 17-year-old suspect who they say fired the
gun. authorities say the teen shot a good samaritan. that victim is listed in stable kchblt he wasn't home yesterday but parents are cooperating with the investigation. so long to the 80s. temperatures will still be above 80. we have erika martin here with our forecast. >> big changes indeed. this dry stretch comes to an end certainly through tomorrow. you will see your local neighborhood forecast. currently low 70s for you. notice the icons as the day progresses. lehigh valley i think you'll see
one or two scattered showers. notice just north of the lehigh valley but picking up on light greens there. keep in mind that we do have showers in the works so the dry stretch does come to an end. we also have cooler temperatures as well. current temperature 65. by 2:00 p.m. seeing 70s. low to mid-70s really. we do have so many clouds out there and showers on the northwest from the southeast. coming up in your forecast i do have your ten day on 10. we'll see you in a few minutes. >> thank you. on strike for a second day today. this is video of a bus of students heading to stage a protest. they are concerned about salaries and rising health care costs. they say it made its best offer
tuesday night. talks between the two sides have not resumed. they are encouraging students to continue to go to class. chris christie will likely not appear in court. a court filing submitted tuesday says the governor will appear. a source close to the case says it's unlikely. they say there was probably cause of complaint against the gf n governor in 2013. christie's attorney sign add stipulation that he would appear in court just before thanksgiving. even if the appeal is lost christie has the right to waive a first appearance. we have new details about uber x and lyft. the house passed a beal legalizing the ride sharing
services throughout pennsylvania. now the bill goes to the senate. they said this is an important step in securing a future in the state. those risks for drivers would be we limb natd if the bill was passed. time now for a check on the roads with jessica. what are you seeing out there? >> we are watching a lot of construction at this hour. this is on 295. these are our cameras showing the delay shot. this is out of the view of our camera. the delay is in place because some isn't allowed to move through. the southbound 295 exit headed to 42 northbound is blocked off and closed. we are seeing a massive delay. traffic almost at a standstill
right now just crawling because it is headed to the 42 freeway. traffic moving towards philadelphia is allowed to get by. if you're allowed at this point[ this will be your best bet.x[x[[ you'll see that delay right here. the onramp is closed.xzxzxz there will be no direct access z right now.xw you can get off and it will @g still have you sitting in some z delay. you can see it goes tall way down south and runs into the 42 freeway. other than that avoid the new jersey turnpike. >> thank you. the new jersey state senate is voting on bill for shutting down the casino. it would strip of the license for five years. on the flip side the management team says it prevents them from restoring the 3,000 lost jobs. there is a stipulation to the bill.
he would get it back if he reaches a casino labor unions. fresh off the final presidential debate, president obama makes a push for more people to sign up for health care coverage under that affordable care kact. the group he is specifically targeting in that speech this afternoon, erika. >> vai, by this weekend we see temperatures dipping into the 50s and low 60s. i have your full forecast coming up on the other side of the break.
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press review. it showed they had more accidents and paid more in tifis than any other over the past five years. right now president obama is flying to miami to encourage people to sign up for health care under the affordable health care act. they will talk to students about the importance of enrolling during the upcoming sign up period between january 1st and january 31st. it is the final enrollment window and he wants it to be a success. >> good morning. i'm erika martin. you are seeing developing clouds. we do have unsettled weather on the approach of big changes in the works. if you look at the bottom of the screen you'll see a change in the weather pattern, cooler temperatures and developing showers. i'll show you this in just one moment.
scattered showers for the afternoon hours especially likely for the lehigh valley. dense fog likely for the lehigh valley. this is into early tomorrow morning. early a.m. fog eventually mixing out. gusts could get up to about 30 miles per hour. back to reality temperatures for today mainly in the low 70s for friday and then notice by saturday as we sit behind that cold front 58 is the expected high temperature. 50s by tuesday. so long to the 80s. right now philadelphia we're seeing lots of clouds starting to develop. current temperatures 72 degrees. an easterly push there. trenton at 70. mount holly 73. so here is your satellite and radar image. this is your next weather maker. lightning strikes to the
northwest of lehigh valley. i don't expect it to be a wash out for this afternoon, just scattered showers moving across the area. morning. 11:00 a.m. today we are seeing showers moving across the area. this is for north hampton county. it's not very organized but lots of clouds in the works. developing fog due to overnight hours. we do have more showers returning. we could see a messy morning commute tomorrow. by 11:00 a.m. it's likely that we will get isolated thunderstorms. your ten day on ten lots to go over. we certainly have that cool down. we are seeing 70s for today and tomorrow. lots of clouds in the forecast with those scattered showers. we do have overnight fog. by saturday we do have more scattered showers in the
forecast. temperatures topping out in the upper 50s. a lot cooler. notice sunday into monday we are seeing upper 30s and some 40s. cooling down by tuesday be sure you follow us on nbc philadelphia. back to you. >> see you in a little bit. a field hockey team rallying around a four-year-old so w a condition so rare only a few people in the world have it. time is running out for this week's game of the week. they are west deptford versus haddonfield. vote on nbc10.com. the winning match up will be revealed tonight on nbc 10 news at 11:00. (narrator) attention medicare beneficiaries.
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>> yes. >> all of the proceeds, tell us how the money raised is used. >> this is such a huge event for us. not only is it signing up but west laurel hill will match it which is a big deal. all of the proceeds go directly to people battling life threatening illnesses. we are doing about 90,000 meals a month. >> tell us about this partnership and why it is so important. >> we have been working together for several years. they are a great team to work with. i think, you know, getting the word out to the community and they help us tremendously. our first time working with these guys, we had no idea what to expect. they do so much not just for but for many in the community. to open up the doors is a
beautiful place to visit. >> you have been with him from the very beginning. >> yes. a lot of us have known mana because of the work feeding those who don't have good meals. it helped when nobody really knew much about it, right? >> absolutely. they saw a need and went and got food that was donated. for many years we were helping people. people started living but not without consequence. today we help people win that fight for their life. >> we appreciate all of the work that you do at mana and helping those that are less fortunate. thank you for the good causes you guys are involved with, the fun run and fall festival at the west laurel hill cemetery. it is still light out.
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vegas. >> trump declined twice to accept the results if he looses. >> i will tell you at the time i'll keep you in suspense. >> that's horrifying. >> you think if someone is committing fraud? >> his team hinting it could be a long drawn out fight. >> you remember al gore in 2000? >> it started as the most substantive debate yet, overturning roe versus wade. >> i am putting pro life injustices on the court. >> there were moments of confusion and contention on russia's president. >> that's because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppets. you're the puppet. >> the economy, immigration.
they hit sensitive subjects like leaked e-mails and sexual assault allegations. >> i think they want either fame or her campaign. the only reason they did it is because she is running for the office of president. they want to look tough. >> clinton brought up trump's still unreleased tax returns. >> we have undocumented immigrants who are paying more income tax than a billionaire. lo lo >> looking ahead. the obama's are all out in swing states. trump and clinton speaking separately at a charity dpinner in new york. tracie potts, nbc news, las vegas. >> you can follow the latest
developments any time on the nbc 10 app. there's a free download you can get right now on nbc10.com. sping city at upper 60s for you. it is keeping at 69 degrees. it is certainly lots of clouds. it is from the northwest to the south east. you will see your local neighborhood forecast. d do have a few developing clouds. winds 76 degrees seeing upper 60s. i think we'll see areas of
patchy fog. big changes in the works here. feels more like fall. a dry stretch coming to an end. it is certainly by tonight. philadelphia trending cooler by saturday. upper 50s is pretty much the story there. 80s to 50s. friday also seeing widespread rain showers. high of upper 60s to low 70s. we are going from 80s to 50s. temperatures below normal by safrd. take advantage of the next couple of hours. we do have developing fog tonight into tomorrow. back to you. >> thank you. the iraqi prime minister says it is going more quickly than leaders thought. matt bradley reports from iraq. >> reporter: still not clear
exactly when security forces will be traiti will be penetrating into mosul itself. we do know this battle is going at pace. there is likely to be quite a bit of action today. the plan today is to probably take christian villages to the north and northeast and a little bit to the east of mosul as they press further and further into the city itself. they have added a new element to the battle. that is the counter terrorism groups. they were trained in the united states and they are prepared to up is fight. these are the people moves into mosul and bringing it to the heart in iraq's second largest city. there is still 1.2 million civilians left in mosul. there is concern islamic state
will be using them as human shields. this morning police are searching for this man in connection to a break-in. they say kenneth moore went into an unlocked door back on september 22nd. authorities believe he cloned credit card numbers and he and another man used the numbers to buy hundreds of dollars worth of cigarettes and candy from a wawa. if you know where he is you're asked to call police. john magel was arrested following an argument with his son over his cell phone and marijuana. the delaware county district attorney's office determined there was insufficient evidence in the case and decided to withdraw the charge. old adults with memory or thinking problems may see improvements with regular
exercise. the participants have a condition that's caused by problems with the blood supply to the brain. it leads to reduced mental abilities. when they did moderate they performed better on thinking and memory tests. if you plan on calling in sick from work you might want to be careful what you post on social media. about a quarter of the boss actually fired the workers, others only reprimanded the employee. a hockey team taking on a big challenge. their focus is on a four-year-old little boy with a rare life threatening condition.
>> have fun. >> luke is swinging through life like any other four-year-old. she a carefree boy by day but by night it's different. >> every time he go to sleep she at risk to lose his life. they kind of knew something was going on. >> he was diagnosed with congenital high poe ventilation syndrome. only 1,200 people in the world have it. >> when he goes to sleep at night the part of the brain that tells all of us to continue to breathe doesn't work for him. it malfunctions. >> he was fitted with a trache that connects to a ventilator to help him. >> he is a really funny, cute, kind kid. >> katie is luke's baby-sitter and also a field hockey player.
>> we were looking for a way to rally around, to understand that there's more than just playing field hockey at stake. >> when the moms got together, call it coincidence or fate -- >> we realize he has the initials of cchs which correspondents with camden >> they have selling t-shirts. >> we are making a big statement about who we are. >> and who they want to become. >> we have had one of our most successful years so far. >> they have something to play for. when they go out on the field they are not playing field hockey. they are playing for a reason. the reason this year is luke. >> for life's goals on the field and off. >> we win it. >> i think when you have a drive that pushes you you can succeed at anything, whether it's field
hockey or creating a normal life for luke i think, you know, it really is inspirational. >> reporter: and thecis evening they will light up the field taking more donations hoping generosity keeps flowing and they keep winning for luke. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> i wish luke the very best. today happens to be spirit day to take a stand against bullying. many will celebrate by wearing purple. they started a day early yesterday. comcast is a parent company of nbc 10. if john can do it, why not you? >> it's one audition which is one afternoon of your life that could change your life forever. do it. you will not were grregret it.
>> well tell you when you can show america's got talent what you have just ahead. details coming up in my full forecast on the other side of the break. see you then. planned parenthood. i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them.
would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors.
your life. >> you will soon get your shot to impress producers. welcome back. >> thank you. >> what qualities are you looking for in a contestant? >> we say this every season but if someone shows us something we have never seen before. when someone opens their mouth like lawyer ura from last seaso. she sank beautifully and captivated america. >> that thing went viral. i didn't see wha whether i know the happened on the air but people that i know sent it to me. >> it goes so viral. it's so crazy the effect that america's got talent. grace was signed at columbia
records. >> tell me some of the basic things you need to know. >> go to agtauditions.com, any arjs any talent and sign up any time. the auditions are january 14th but start preparing for your it 90 second audition. >> you'll be looking for talent here. did you find john the same way? >> john did this exact same thing. he showed up and had to go to an open call. he did it and ended up on the stage at to home of the oscars in front of 16 million people. >> john also had some things -- he is a performer. he has a presence. maybe because he played football he had that. >> iek ability, so important. you want to walk into the room
before you sit to the celebrity judges. >> and own it. >> they will see you on stage. >> sign up on time. >> auditions are happening january 14th, 2017 at the pennsylvania convention center. for everything you need to know about applying head to nbc10.com or the nbc 10 app. we'll have the link there for you. you guys have a great show. >> thank you. appreciate it. it's dry. i am expecting scattered showers. picking up on showers moving from the northwest from the southeast. a wider perspective. there is a wider cold front sweeping on down.
certainly by tomorrow morning widespread pockets. keep that in mind. weather stories include a big change in the weather pattern. developing showers as well. for the lehigh valley and widespread by tomorrow. scattered showers tonight and northwest to the southeast. fog developing by about 8:00 or 9:00 p.m. dense for the lehigh valley. give yourself extra time for the morning commute. early a.m. fog but it looks like we have widespread rain and breezy winds and gusts could get gusty. keep that in mind. suburbs seeing 66 degrees. new jersey low 70s for you. we are seeing those developing clouds and those cooler temperatures. so back to reality, by friday we are seeing low to mid-70s. upper 50s, temperatures below average on saturday. 60s by sunday and monday and cooler on tuesday.
our ten day i will show you much cooler overnight lows as well. starting this at 11:30 a.m. we are seeing showers, certainly not a wash out and certainly not very organized. as we get this going we are seeing more greens on the screen. by 1:00 a.m. we are seeing thick soupy clouds. we do have the fog developing. it is dense for some. tomorrow morning we are seeing breezes hour by hour. by 8:30 a.m. some more widespread showers start to develop. as we continue to see this we'll see the threat of showers on saturday as well as that cold front sweeps east of us. notice these cooler temperatures, 74 tomorrow and 58 by saturday. temperatures will be below average. we are going from 80s to 50s. on sunday 63 for the expected high. 46 saturday into sunday, 39 sunday into monday and then 60
as the expected high on sunday with more sunshine in the forecast. 50s by tuesday and 60s by wednesday. we do have a cool down in the works and tracking potential for showers later next week. follow us, back to you. >> thank you. break out your blue suede shoes and help them kick off the brand new season in style. the pops present a fantastic tribute and all of the fun starts tomorrow night. here to tell us more roots of rock legend dave bennett.
>> any of the early stuff. good rock in the night. they really hit me between the eyes. >> that's where it came from. we have had you here before. tell me why you love this kind of music. >> for me he was diverse. he did gospel, rock and roll. he melted every type of music style. that's what makes it one of the best legends he has ever had. >> do you have a favorite song of his? >> it is probably for me love me tender. >> love me tender -- it's beautiful. it's like a lullaby for me. >> he was time
this afternoon at the columbia north ymca parents can learn how to preregister for phl pre-k. this is the first step in his five-year plan. classes will start in january. the fliers return tonight. the team is one and two after starting the season on the west coast. the puck drops at 7:00 p.m. tonight. coming up this afternoon starting at 3:00 on the ellen degeneres show she welcomes rachel mcadams. at 4:00 all new reasons to
get eight hours of sleep a night especially if you're a man, that story and more on nbc 10 news at 4:00. we welcome back erika martin. >> yeah. we re we went from 80s the last couple of days and we are seeing fall make a come back. keep that in mind. we do have the threat of showers and developing fog. a little heads up on it as well. >> i don't mind the fall water. fall is my favorite time of the year. >> yeah. football season, fresh cut grass, nothing like it. >> yeah. >> look behind us. pretty nice day out there. >> i'm vai sikahema for erika
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